Daddy Yankee, new owner of the professional padel team of Orlando,FL

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The Pro Padel League (PPL), has announced that Puerto Rican artist Daddy Yankee has acquired the Orlando franchise.
Latin music star Daddy Yankee, 2009 U.S. Open champion Juan Martin Del Potro, former world No. 2 tennis player Tommy Haas and MLS MVP Sebastian Giovinco were among the celebrities who helped kick off the Pro Padel League’s opening weekend in Florida.
“We were so lucky to have the best ambassadors with us for the Pro Padel League opening weekend kick-off ahead of our inaugural season starting,” league commissioner Marcos del Pilar said.

“I want to be a part of this and leave a legacy,” the singer said in a statement.
“Padel reminds me of the early stages of reggaeton in the 90s, when it was just beginning. It is at the same stage and the Pro Padel League has great potential to grow the sport and become bigger, “he added, who has already retired from the stage.

The Pro Padel League features seven teams: the Toronto Polar Bears, San Diego Stingrays, Miami PC, Los Angeles Beat, Las Vegas Smash, Arkansas Matrix and Cancun Waves. Haas is an owner of the Stingrays, Giovinco is an owner of the Polar Bears and del Potro is an advisor for Miami FC. Daddy Yankee also announced his ownership of the new Orlando franchise, which will join the league in 2024.